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Winter Car Care: How to Shield Your Engine from Cold

Winter Car Care: How to Shield Your Engine from Cold
Prepare to conquer winter's challenges with our comprehensive guide to shielding your engine from the cold. From understanding the nuances of winter car care to practical tips for cold starts and navigating icy roads, this blog is your go-to resource for a well-maintained and reliable vehicle. Discover the secrets to a cozy engine, smoother starts, and stress-free winter drives. Ready to explore more car care insights? Dive into our ClimaGuard Blogs for a wealth of tips to keep your car in peak condition year-round!

Car Detailing: What is it? How does it help your car?

Car Detailing: What is it? How does it help your car?
If you've ever driven a dirty car, you'll know what we mean. Dirt, dust, and grime can cause damage to your car's exterior, leaving it looking dull and worn out. On top of that, dirt is an abrasive material and can scratch up your paintwork which will cost you even more money down the line if you don't clean it up now.

Car Sputtering After Heavy Rain: What Does This Mean?

Car Sputtering After Heavy Rain: What Does This Mean?

Driving your car, everything is going smoothly. Then it begins to rain. Your automobile starts to splutter and cough the next thing you know. What is happening?

This can happen for a number of reasons, but the most common cause is water getting into the gas tank. This happens more often than you might think. How does water get into the fuel tank? It comes from condensation in the engine and from leaks in the fuel system.

When heated air collides with a cold surface, condensation occurs. As warm air enters your vehicle's engine, it meets up with cold metal surfaces like water jackets and cylinder heads. This causes some of the water to condense into droplets, which then drip onto other parts of the engine.

These drops land in places where they can easily find their way into your fuel system: under the valve covers which are located directly above the cylinders, inside the air intake manifold, or even behind other components, such as an exhaust manifold.